You forgot about parallel bars...and so soon after the Olympics...I was only half-joking about the toolbar.
I downloaded the program, and it was about 6MB in size. Which
seems a bit too big for a function that simple. With all the
graphical goodness, maybe 300KB would be more reasonable.
I got more info from majorgeeks.
"Limitations: Offers to install branded toolbar."
The Interwebs are filled with limitless humor.
I wonder if somewhere, in a parallel universe, they
don't have toolbars. Man, I'd love to live there...
I don't really deserve much credit. Like some others in this thread, IWow. The 3-line batch file I posted earlier (using Gene Bloch's code)
really puts this to shame, and that's before you consider the fact
that it doesn't require a second run nor a third-party program to
manage the sorting.
First prize for upstaging meDIR /b C:\first\folder D:\second\folder | SORT > C:\results.txt
He meant "Something monolithic _that_ Metz could use".I have to ask...
Do you mean
"something that could be used by monolithic Metz"
"something monolithic that could be used by Metz"?
Please note the smiley that was in my post.He meant "Something monolithic _that_ Metz could use".
The ambiguity disappears when you speak it, becasue of that lovely
organiser of synatx called "intonation."
I was thinking the same, it would be done in 10 minutes max.To Metspitzer - if you have & are familiar with Excel or another
spreadsheet program, the easiest thing to do might be to use my
suggestion in two directories to get two files, then import them into
the spreadsheet program, then sort in that program.
Yes, it's pretty easy, but I don't know if Metspitzer is comfortableI was thinking the same, it would be done in 10 minutes max.
And for a person who doesn't own Excel, there's OpenOffice or LibreOffice.Gene said:Yes, it's pretty easy, but I don't know if Metspitzer is comfortable
with Excel or whichever spreadsheet program he might have.
And ;-) to you too...I noted it. ;-)
Neat.DIR /b C:\first\folder D:\second\folder | SORT > C:\results.txt
In a bad economy, we can always pretend potentialGene said:OK, you and Paul need to stop that. You've got me laughing too much...
Not employers, exactly, but technical recruiters call on a regularIn a bad economy, we can always pretend potential
employers are phoning around, looking for people.
I get some, too, that make me think they pulled a certain keyword outI remember when a head hunter phoned the house,
and asked if I wanted to apply for a vice-president
position at a local tech company. I guess she
*really* hadn't read my resume... Still, the phone
call made my day. I don't think I have a nice enough
looking "jeans and tee shirt", to be a VP.
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